Offers eleven award-winning magazines for kids ages toddler to teen, including Cobblestone and Odyssey. These popular reading bundles package digital articles that can be read on all devices. Also celebrates the creativity of young readers with regular challenges and contests featuring their extraordinary work.
Informational articles for middle school students study American History. Review important American events and places. No audio included.
Does your home have a guest room? Well, guess what? National leaders offer unique places as guest houses for visiting officials. Check them out in this article.
At 23 years old, John Lewis was the youngest person to address the crowd at the March on Washington. Here's his story.
From House to Hotel
The "Five of Hearts" was one of Washington's most exclusive salons, a gathering of important intellectuals and social elites. You won't believe who attended.
Thanks to Russian spies, the American monopoly on nuclear weapons had ended a mere four years after it began. Here's how it happened.
Informational articles for middle school students study Science. Review the latest science news and hot trends. No audio included.
How Does Your Fungus Glow
You might think that glowing mushrooms are a thing of science fiction. Well, they're real! Take a look for yourself.
All Bottled Up
Bottled water is super popular, but its impact on the environment is staggering. Learn what you can do to help!
Intelligence Is Not Cheap…
Classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden have revealed the amount of money the U.S. spends on intelligence-gathering and surveillance. And that number is enormous. Read more about Snowden's revelations in this article.
Dawn of the Dog
Ever wonder where dogs came from? Well, wonder no more. Read about the origins on man's best friend here.